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? for my first thought was okay, ben franklin, albert einstein, you. [laughter] but the more i thought about it, as maria said, here's somebody who's the american creationtrut. myth, the innovation that, writs large in which true, starting a company and his parents garage with the kid down the street and turning it into the most valuable comp me in the history of the planet.uter registry, in t doing so by creating produs that transform the personal computer industry, musicov industry, retail store industrye digital animated movie industrya phone industry, up and down the line, he what i realized then, especially e.nce he ld was [laughter] is that he stood at the intersection of duty and technology. the notion of standing at the intersection of the arts and sciences. whenever you see him to a product launch back in the period of the ipod, the ipad and the iphone de ended with a picture on the screen as the art, the liberal art street intersection with the scientist st.. and i realize there was a common theme with feinstein -- feinstein and benjamin franklin. it was a creativity is not n
to being destroyed by a mob of patriots because ben franklin showed sentiments of moderation in compliance with the stamp act. he appointed a friend of his to be a stamp master and those sentiments of compliance and moderation come through in the newspapers. for instance benjamin franklin printed the pennsylvania gazette in 172-92-1748. for the next 16 years until 1758 he remained a business partner wear on the back of every pennsylvania gazette it's filled with his name printed by d. franklin and dee hull. while he didn't, was inactive in the daily printing business, it still carried his name and that pennsylvania gazette was one of the first principles texts of the stamp that. that in sylvania cassettes just a few weeks later was also advertising for franklin's poor richman almanacs which in the 1776 edition were promoting is having the fold text of the stamp act which all columns should be familiar with because it will affect you all. there in those newspapers accompaniments you start to see sentiment of moderation. also the boston tea party, this is the december 21, 1773 gazette printe
hires ben moster to hide any indication she's been involved. the most important when clinton who knows he's in trouble brings on david goringen. he served three different presidents all republicans. a pivot toll figure in washington politics. clinton brings him on to build bridges to the washington community the establishment. and david negotiates the deal with "the washington post and the deal is that the clintons will make available to the post all of the paper around white water including papers from the rose law firm. and if they find nothing criminal then the papers they will promise to completely defend the integrity of the clintons and wipe away the scandal. bill clinton said that's a good idea. george steph stephanopoulos said there's a good idea. most people said it's a good idea. bill said so you to ask hilary and hilary said no, those are my papers i can throw them in the river if i want to. i will not make them available. that's in december of 1993. the consequences are immeasurable. immediately "the washington post and "new york times" organizes huge campaigns of investiga
a white friend. a man named ben lundy, eye tern rant editor, traveled around the country, a familiar face for me. and he an anti-slavery newspaper, called the genius of universal emancipation. he would travel most of the newspapers of the day the msm, really avoided the slavery issue. they would report on the politics of it you about they didn't really want to get into it. then lundy weren't and the country, he reported there was a killing. this man was beat. here is how the slaves escaped. here is how the churches have caved in. he did really investigative reporting about slavery, quite unprecedented at the time. anti-slavery sentiment as the movement starts to grow in washington he has enough money to hire a new assistant. he hires a promising young man from boston named william lloyd garrison a and he teaches william lloyd garrison you how to be journalist and report about slavery. benjamin lundy died in obsecurity and william lloyd garrison became one of the most influential abolitionists and journalists of the 19th century. he is a character in this book too. another thing you probab
. something even as simple as your friends can make a difference.ls edin the past years, there's ben highs and lows in twitter, andd yo've seen the arab spring.d, we've seen the un, you know, settling events around general petraeus and congressman wieners and use of social networks can wreak havoc in your life. unlike vegas, what happens onli. facebook, doesn't stay ons, what facebook. here's the toop five don'tsi'm g currently. number one, ifon you are a male judge, don't friend the hot sex' female defendant and tell her how to plead in your courtroom on facebook. don' was done by a 54-year-old judge in georgia, and it was uncovered these hundreds of messages between him and a defendant in the courtroom, including one agreeing to pay part of her rent, and anotherinl one where she offer him a year't worth of free massages and saids "lol, i'm not really trying tond bribe you." [laughter] aloud, i number two, if you're a bigamist, don't let wife number two post your new wedding photo on facebook in a place where wife number one will see it. [laughter]whoto that happened. one married john in
, but every day we had this not in our stomach and would like to get over it. we heard ben shapiro speak to us and he said we've got to go after the media. it's time for him. he's got that forum, but what can we be sitting here and going home to her normal lives? >> well, who's to stop you from mocking them wherever you want to go? i'm lucky i can say whatever i want. you can tell me what to say. recently that's it people do if they find me and say you have to say this. sometimes i actually say it. but the whole thing is to keep good humor and know that you're right. you always have to know that you're right and not be shaken. [applause] >> we've got time for tumor questions. >> i was wondering if you could tell people like myself who has been a leading liberal within 100 miles of him how you possibly influence those people. >> basically the only way -- it sounds kind of erika, but aoa clec i never felt left and right with a horizontal relationship. i whistle it was vertical, that you start your end of that. it's not original idea. the old line is what is a conservative? a liberal who's been m
seats which is how the following happened. amen named ben davis, benjamin davis won s c and city council of new york in the 1940s. you might be interested in two aspect of benjamin davis, city council member. he was black. he was an african-american and he was an enthusiastic public leader of the united states communist party and he was elected because of proportional representation. shortly after that proportional representation was ended. new democracy came in first, they had twenty-eight%. ari arizahad 24 or something close. under greek law whatever party comes in first gets not only the percentage of the popular vote that is won but an extra 50. that is the only reason there the government in greece now because they got it by this rule which is designed to favor the party that comes in first. you had a knife edge situation in greece. in addition to the sariza party their deep rooted greek communist party that got 8% of the vote typically so you have 24, one third of the voters in greece voted extreme left wing hostility not just to this crisis but to the capitalist system of greece
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